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Old 02-26-2012, 08:26 PM   #15
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Depending on space and weight distribution they some times put in different tanks to balance out and/or get more volume or easier plumbing

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SO, does that mean that there are 2 separate outside tank draining locations for dumping - and the rig must be moved in order to dump them all? IF they are close enough together to NOT have to move the rig for dumpng, seems they would ALSO be close enough together to only plumb/use a single grey water tank - seems odd, never heard of that one before...
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SO, does that mean that there are 2 separate outside tank draining locations for dumping - and the rig must be moved in order to dump them all? IF they are close enough together to NOT have to move the rig for dumpng, seems they would ALSO be close enough together to only plumb/use a single grey water tank - seems odd, never heard of that one before...
Some dumps are located next to each other and on some rigs they are on opposite ends of the rig. It is easier to run plumbing under the rig than to get a 2 to 3 deg drain grade inside for larger rigs. Some just have obsticala inside the rig. A lot of it depends on the layout and the builders preferance. Most can dump both if they are on separate connections with a standard three inch hose run from each one. I have seen this more on fith wheels than other rigs.
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SO, does that mean that there are 2 separate outside tank draining locations for dumping - and the rig must be moved in order to dump them all? IF they are close enough together to NOT have to move the rig for dumpng, seems they would ALSO be close enough together to only plumb/use a single grey water tank - seems odd, never heard of that one before...
All my stuff comes out the same spot it's just my valve to open the shower tank is on the passenger side on my class c
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